SCHOLARLY CONTRIBUTIONS

International Refereed Journals

Awang, F., & Carnes, L. (2018). Mobile technologies: The impact on learning and classroom engagement. Business Teacher Education Journal. National Association for Business Teacher Education, 44, 22-29. (USA)

Carnes, L., & Awang, F. (2018). Conveying the importance of personal brands to students. National Business Education Forum. National Business Education Association, 71(4), 15-18. (USA)

Awang, F., Xiao, Q., & Carnes, L. (2017). Working toward holistic education: A case study of business program assessment. Business Teacher Education Journal. National Association for Business Teacher Education, 43, 26-35. (USA)

Carnes, L., Robles, M. M., & Awang, F. (2016). Promote interculturalism, leadership communication, and professionalism in your students: Success with a corporate communication certificate. International Journal for Business Education. National Business Education Association, 156, 32-44. (USA)

Awang, F., & Combs, R. (2015). Developing cultural intelligence across business functions. National Business Education Forum. National Business Education Association, 69(3), 38-40. (USA)

Carnes, L. W., Awang, F., & Smith, H. (2014). Assurance of learning in a writing-intensive business course. Journal of Case Studies in Accreditation and Assessment. Academic and Business Research Institute, 4, 1-10. (USA)

Awang, F., Shafie, Z., & Pearl, R. (2013). The multicultural organizations: Perceptions of diversity challenges and initiatives. Journal of International Business and Cultural Studies. Academic and Business Research Institute, 8, 1-13. (USA)

Awang, F., & & Roach-Duncan, J. (2010). Cultural differences and their effects on conflict resolution in business settings. Journal for Global Business Education. The International Society for Business Education, 10, 27-36. (USA)

Awang, F. (2009). Achieving success through student organizations. National Business Education Forum. National Business Education Association, 64(2), 45-46. (USA)

Lett, A., McCann, C., McGuire, J., & Awang, F. (2008). Projecting success: The impact of workplace etiquette. Kentucky Business Education Association Journal. Kentucky Business Education Association, 23-26. (USA)

Awang, F., & Reaka, B. (2007). Civic engagement in the classroom. Kentucky Business Education Association Journal. Kentucky Business Education Association, 10-13. (USA)

Carnes, L. W., & Awang, F. (2004). From the outside looking in: Helping students identify ethical employers. National Business Education Forum. National Business Education Association, 33-36. (USA)

Carnes, L. W., Awang, F., & Robles, M. M. (2004). Assessing office and business information systems programs: A case study. Information Technology, Learning, and Performance Journal. Organizational Systems Research Association, 22(1), 1-7. (USA)

Carnes, L. W., Awang, F., & Marlow, J. (2003). Can instructors ensure the integrity and quality of online courses? The Delta Pi Epsilon Journal. Delta Pi Epsilon, XLV(3), 162-172. (USA)

Awang, F., Anderson, M. A., & Baker, C. M. (2003). Information services and support positions: Needed workplace and technology skills. The Delta Pi Epsilon Journal. Delta Pi Epsilon, XLV(1), 48-62. (USA)

Refereed Conference Proceedings

Carnes, L., Awang, F., & Xiao, Q. (2017). A holistic education approach for assessing business programs. Refereed Proceedings of the Appalachian Research in Business Symposium, pp. 18-24. Boone, NC, USA.

Awang, F., & Carnes, L. (2017). Helping college students develop a personal brand. Refereed Proceedings of the 25th International Conference on Teaching, Education & Learning, pp. 35-36. Dubai, UAE.

Awang, F., & Carnes, L. (2017). The impact of mobile technologies on students’ learning and classroom engagement. Refereed Proceedings of the 18th National Business and Economics Society Annual Conference. Puerto Vallarta, MX.

Robles, M. M., Carnes, L., & Awang, F. (2016). Reputation and branding: Important possessions for international business success. Refereed Proceedings of the Association for Business Communication Conference, p. 23. Cape Town, SA.

Carnes, L., Awang, F., & Robles, M. M. (2015). Employers’ rankings of communication skills needed for a Certificate in Corporate Communication. Refereed Proceedings of the Association for Business Communication: 80th Annual International Conference, pp. 1-13. Seattle, WA, USA.

Awang, F., Shafie, Z., & Pearl, R. (2013). The multicultural organizations: Perceptions of diversity initiatives and challenges. Refereed Proceedings of the Academic and Business Research Institute International Conference, pp. 1-13. Orlando, FL, USA.

Carnes, L. W., & Awang, F. (2004). Corporate ethics as communicated on web sites of 100 best corporate citizens. Refereed Proceedings of the Association for Business Communication Southwestern United States Annual Conference, pp. 64-68, Orlando, FL, USA.

Awang, F., Anderson, M. A., & Baker, C. M. (2002). Entry-level information services and support personnel: Needed workplace and technology skills. Refereed Proceedings of the Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference, pp. 15-22, Columbus, OH, USA.

Book/Book Chapters

Awang, F. (2017). Prof. Faridah Awang: Musafir cinta 4 musim. Shah Alam, Malaysia: Uni Ring Pte. Ltd.

Awang, F., & Carnes, L. W. (2010). Cross-cultural and international business laws and ethics. National Business Education Association, 48, 34-45. (USA)

Expert Publication

Awang, F., & Carnes, L. W. (2012). Cultivating international-mindedness. In Glen, J. L. (Ed.), Keying-in, National Business Education Association, Reston: VA, USA, 4th ed., 22, pp. 1-6.


Scholarly Presentations

Awang, F. (2019). Women’s empowerment through education. Women’s Equality Day. U.S. Army Chemical Materials Activity: Blue Grass Army Depot. Richmond, Kentucky. 

Awang, F. & Gillum, J. G. (2019). Workplace revolution 4.0: Strategies for navigating the AI/ML evolution. Community Ventures Corporation. Richmond, Kentucky.

Carnes, L. & Awang, F. (2018). International challenges and opportunities for start-up expatriates. 90th Annual International Society for Business Education Conference. Reykjavik, Iceland. 

Carnes, L., & Awang, F. (2018). Helping students create and manage their personal brands. Association for Business Communication Midwestern/Southeastern Conference. Cincinnati, Ohio.

Awang, F., & Carnes, L. (2017). Helping college students develop a personal brand. 25th International Conference on Teaching, Education & Learning. Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Awang, F., & Carnes, L. (2017). The impact of mobile technologies on students’ learning and classroom engagement. National Business and Economics Society 18th Annual Conference. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

Carnes, L., Awang, F., & Xiao, Q. (2017). A holistic education approach for assessing business programs. The Appalachian Research in Business Symposium. Boone, North Carolina.

Robles, M. M., Carnes, L., & Awang, F. (2016).  Reputation and branding: Important possessions for international business success. The Association for Business Communication Conference. Cape Town, South Africa.

Carnes, L., Awang, F., & Robles, M. M. (2015). Employers’ rankings of communication skills needed for a Certificate in Corporate Communication. The Association for Business Communication International Convention. Seattle, Washington.

Awang, F., Carnes, L. & Xiao, Q. (2015). Holistic Assessment of Business Programs. The Appalachian Research in Business Symposium. Asheville, North Carolina.

Awang, F., Shafie, Z., & Pearl, R. (2013). The multicultural organizations: Perceptions of diversity challenges and initiatives. The Academic and Business Research Institute International Conference. Orlando, Florida.

Awang, F., Shafie, Z., & Sulejmanagic, S. (2012). Social media effect on customer communication. The Academy of Business Research International Conference. New Orleans, Louisiana.

Awang, F., Shafie, Z., & Roach, J. (2011). Transcending human boundaries: Web 3.0 Evolution. The Association for Business Communication International Convention. Montreal, Canada.

Roach-Duncan, J., & Awang, F. (2010). Employee perceptions regarding discrimination, acceptance, and training in managing organizational diversity. The Association for Business Communication International Convention. Chicago, Illinois.

Awang, F. (2010). Communicating an ethical business culture: Challenges and opportunities. The Association for Business Communication Southwestern U.S. Conference. Dallas, Texas.

Awang, F. (2009). A cross-cultural comparison of E-communication impact on students’ writing skills: Malaysia and the United States. The Association for Business Communication International Convention. Portsmouth, Virginia.

Awang, F. (2009). The impact of e-communication on students’ writing skills. The Association for Business Communication Southwestern U.S. Conference. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Awang, F. (2008). Trends and issues in communication practices. The Association for Business Communication International Convention. Lake Tahoe, Nevada.

Awang, F. (2008). The perils of I-messaging. The Association for Business Communication Southwestern Conference. Houston, Texas. 

Awang, F. (2007). IM = A valuable tool? The Association for Business Communication International Convention. Washington, District of Columbia.

Awang, F. (2006). Service learning: A practical guide for business curriculum. The Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference. Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Awang, F. (2006). Designing web messages for international population. The Association for Business Communication National Conference. San Antonio, Texas.

Awang, F. (2005). Integrating project-based service learning into an online business curriculum. The Academic of Business World International Conference. Nashville, Tennessee.

Awang, F. (2005). Workplace expectations: Politics and protocol. Family and Consumer Sciences Career Preparation Conference. Richmond, Kentucky.

Carnes, L., & Awang, F. (2004). A case for web enhanced business communication classes. The Association for Business Communication National Conference. Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Carnes, L., & Awang, F. (2004). Corporate ethics as communicated on Web sites of 100 best corporate citizens. The Association for Business Communication Southwestern U.S. Conference. Orlando, Florida.

Carnes, L., & Awang, F. (2003). Communicating ethics through company Web sites: A study of Fortune 500 Companies in the southeastern United States. The Association for Business Communication National Conference. Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Awang, F., Anderson, M. A., & Baker, C. M. (2002). Information services and support positions:  Needed workplace and technology skills. The Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference. Cleveland, Ohio.

Awang, F., & Waugh, C. K. (1999). Competencies needed by microcomputer business applications instructors. The Omicron Tau Theta National Conference Studies. Orlando, Florida.

Awang, F. (1999). Current research in business education. Business Education Summer Conference. Carbondale, Illinois. 

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